This article explains how to use STYLY in Oculus Quest.
Placing Oculus Quest into Developer Mode
First, launch the Oculus app that is connected to Oculus Quest and open the settings.
Select the Oculus Quest that you want to enable developer mode and click on “Other Settings” in the submenu.
Select the Developer mode and check the Developer mode on the next page.
If this is the first time you do this, you will be asked if you want to register a developer organization, and if you select “Yes”, you will be redirected to your browser, where you can register your developer’s name. (Any name is fine, as the developer’s name will not be published.)
Install the Oculus Quest driver
Install the driver from the official Oculus website.
Once the download is complete, extract the oculus-go-adb-driver-2.0.zip, right-click on android_winusb and select “Install”.
This completes the installation of the Oculus Quest driver.
Download SideQuest from GitHub on SideQuest.
For Windows, select SideQuest-Setup-0.8.7-x64-win.exe.
When you start SideQuest’s installer, you will be asked to select the installation option, but if you don’t have any particular reason to do otherwise, please select “Install only for current users”.
The installation of SideQuest is completed when you select “Install” from “Next”.
Connecting the PC and Oculus Quest
Start SideQuest and connect it to your PC with a cable.
Only the first time you connect, Oculus Quest will ask you to allow the connection with PC, so select OK on the controller.
If you see “Connected” in green at the top left of SideQuest, the connection is complete.
Install STYLY from the STYLY page on SideQuest.
Click on “INSTALL LATEST” in the bottom right corner and click on “Open in SideQuest” when a pop-up appears.
Once installed, you can play STYLY in Oculus Quest by selecting “Library” -> “Unknown app” -> “STYLY”.
This is the procedure to use STYLY in Oculus Quest.